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Embodied Energy and Design

Columbia University, Avery Hall 116th Street and Broadway, New York City , NY, United States

"Embodied Energy and Design" frames embodied energy in the context of broader design ecosystems and architectural issues. Organizer David Benjamin (The Living, GSAPP Incubator) wrote, "the energy story involves a striking twist: in the past fifty years, operational energy—defined as the energy for things like heating, cooling, and lighting—has actually declined as a percentage of total

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Liam Young: New Romance

The Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery at the Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (Columbia GSAPP) presents Liam Young: New Romance, the first U.S. solo exhibition of speculative architect, artist, and filmmaker Liam Young. Presenting three new short fiction films—In the Robot Skies (2016), Where the City Can’t See (2016), and the debut

Towards Openness, Book Launch at NEW Inc.

NEW Inc 231 Bowery, 2nd Floor, New York, New York

Book Launch and Discussion with authors Li Hu and Huang Wenjing of OPEN Architecture Drawn from keen observation of the rapidly changing social economic landscape of China, and using OPEN Architecture’s projects as case studies, Towards Openness is a symphony of seven built projects and six idea chapters that are interestingly interwoven to offer an in-depth examination of OPEN’s unique

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Encounters with Arakawa and Madeline Gins

Columbia University, Wood Auditorium 1172 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, United States

A half-day conference on the occasion of the opening of the Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery exhibition Arakawa and Madeline Gins: Eternal Gradient. The event convenes architects, artists, historians and writers to offer fresh interpretations of Arakawa and Gins’ work and theories in the context of contemporary practices and scholarship. Among the conference participants are: Amale

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Model Projections

Arthur Ross Architecture Gallery 1172 Amsterdam Ave., New York, NY, United States

Model Projections investigates the complex pathways between architecture and its representations through an examination of the practice of model making. While models have long occupied a central role in the design and building processes, during the postwar period the production and function of models expanded as architecture firms increasingly commissioned elaborate three-dimensional representations that were extraordinarily

Learning From Heritage Practice in China: Tourism, Authenticity and Deep History

Columbia University, Avery Hall 116th Street and Broadway, New York City , NY, United States

A reconstructed city wall, a bronze age mine, a festival marketplace, fan making … Chinese heritage practice is multifaceted, complex, and often bold. What can we learn about our own heritage and preservation practice through an examination of current projects and trends in China? Andrew Johnston is an Associate Professor and Director of the Program in

Revisiting “Windfalls for Wipeouts”: Land use regulation and property values from a cross-national perspective

Room 114, Avery Hall 1172 Amsterdam Ave, New York , NY, United States

Rachelle Alterman Lecture Professor Emeritus, Technion Israel Institute of Technology The notion of “regulatory takings” is well known to Americans. The converse, the idea of “givings” - reaping the unearned increment in real estate values is less discussed, but it is there, in various costumes, in the USA as well. Ostensibly, the underlying rationale for

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Carme Pinós Lecture

Columbia University, Wood Auditorium 1172 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY, United States

A lecture by Carme Pinós, founder of Barcelona based Estudio Carme Pinós with response by Mabel O. Wilson, Nancy and George Rupp Professor, Columbia GSAPP. Carme Pinós graduated in Architecture, Urbanism and Landscape Architecture from the Barcelona School of Architecture (ETSAB) in 1979. From 1982 to 1991 she shared a studio with Enric Miralles and then went on

The Right to Infrastructure

Creative extraction: A Conversation on Concept Development Danielle Purifoy and Louise Seamster present their conceptual framework for understanding black towns within extractive white space, highlighting questions of citizenship, extraction, and exclusion as they focus on how legal, spatial, racial, and economic systems structure black spaces’ access to infrastructure and facilitate environmental violence. Their work combines an environmental focus

Testing technology in society: Beyond the lab? with Noortje Marres

Virtual event

Testing technology in society: Beyond the lab? Lecture by Noortje Marres with an introduction by Caitlin Blanchfield. Caitlin Blanchfield and Samuel Stewart-Halevy will moderate the conversation. JOIN ON ZOOM Meeting ID: 485 986 6049 Professor Noortje Marres is Director of the Centre for Interdisciplinary Methodologies, University of Warwick. Her work investigates issues at the intersection of innovation, everyday environments and public

Arguments Lecture Series with Vo Trong Nghia

Virtual event

Lecture by Vo Trong Nghia with an introduction by Jessica Ngan. Jessica Ngan and Alireza Karbasioun will moderate the conversation. JOIN ON ZOOM Meeting ID: 485 986 6049 Free and open to the public. Organized by the MS in Advanced Architectural Design program as part of their Arguments Lecture Series.

Columbia GSAPP presents: Arguments Lecture Series with Michael Osman, Jonah Rowen, Dariel Cobb

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Nature of Contracts Lecture by Michael Osman with an introduction by Jonah Rowen. Jonah Rowen and Dariel Cobb will moderate the conversation. Michael Osman is Associate Professor in the Department of Architecture and Urban Design at UCLA where he directs the MA and PhD programs. His first book is Modernism’s Visible Hand: Architecture and Regulation in America

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